Every single victim experienced a form of revictimization whether that is through false reports in the media, or the college campuses’ failure to report or help sexual assault victims. Other victims could not get their case heard by the college they were attending, were completely ignored by these institutions, or did not have enough evidence to withstand trial in the criminal justice system (The Hunting Ground, 2015). In addition to that, other victims have experienced various other issues concerning the process after being assaulted. Sexual assault victims are continuously revictimized following their own personal attack. Therefore, the process or the system succeeding a sexual assault needs to be enhanced and improved for victims.
School shooting as the reading says, is a big issue in the U.S. I agree that all the exposure of violence on the media is one of the cause of violence in young people. I agree with rehabilitation for juveniles. If we treat people when they are young, they’re more likely to not commit crimes in the future. I disagree when the reading says that social class may influence in people violence acts because Harris was a middle class was involved in school shooting.
Norris’ answers were extremely shocking, the article described what he saw as ‘violent sexual scenes with children; parts of the inkblots seen as females being punished or destroyed.’ The Rorschach test revealed a side of Norris he did not want to others to see. The Rorschach test has a history for getting information out of people they would normally
As the lives of seventeen students were taken away this valentine's day, in the most recent school shooting at Douglas High School, great controversy has erupted on the topic of gun control in America. Teens and parents across the world, have come together to protest the broken system that has greatly devastated so many families. As the discussion of gun control spreads, many turn to the NRA and political leaders to blame, but are these the people at fault? In the article, America's Unique Gun Violence Problem Explained in 17 Maps and Charts, German lopez writes, “ America has 4.4 percent of the world’s population, but almost half of the civilian-owned guns around the world.” These statistics explain americas lead in gun ownership well supported by both the NRA and the U.S second amendment. As the shootings increase so do the issues.
He was on the documentary with four other families, and two of which lost their sons to suicide, due to bullying. Most bullies normally do not expect who they are bullying to get super depressed, even though they bully those people. On the film he talked about ways to abolish bullying and make it be less common among schools, he told people to tell others if there are or were being bullied and that it would make the bully have to stop. He tells people to stand up to the bully and to not have nobody know. Alex Libby has made a difference by reaching out to others and helping them to stand up to their problems, which helps them with self esteem and more.
Sexual assaults refer to all incidents of unwanted sexual activity, including sexual attack and sexual touching. It has been found that there are numerous Inquiries into institutional child abuse as a results of unwanted sexual behavior and lack of confidence. In schools, sexual involvement of staff person with any student, regardless of age , is likely to be prohibited by school policy, teacher registration rules and sometimes also by law. South African research have been conducted that shows school violence is escalating despite the measures put in place to address the problem by the Department of Education and schools themselves (Fishbaugh, Berkeley and Schroth, 2003, Human rights commission, 2006). In their study it was pointed out that “both teachers and students appear justified in fearing for their own safety with consequences that the learning process is
Among them, twelve states apply criminal sanctions against bullies like school suspension and even jail time. However, professor of the George Washington University defined, it seems that the government is “prosecuting people not for what they did, but for what the victim did in response” (Schwartz). His comment proves that people in general do not feel the gravity of these cases, since higher powers start to take measures only after the tragedy
Anyone who commits a crime, whether young or old, should be punished for their actions. The problem with this is that there are levels to violence, and students should not be arrested for minor issues like not attending school. They should seek other help. Unfortunately, students have already been sent to juvenile halls for theft, an offense that, at many private schools, would have generated a suspension. There is not equality in the juvenile court system and this causes many conflicts.
Teenagers all across America go to war on the football field on Friday nights, putting the health of their minds at risk. Many of the players’ brains are not fully finished developing due to the fact that they are only high school students. This creates a major safety issue regarding brain damage. Studies show that the brains of teenagers have less developed brain tissue than adults, thus making it more easily damaged. (Hard Knocks).
Have you ever wonder when you heard about a young teenager committing the crime and breaking laws? Now in days, there are about 1.4 millions cases of delinquency in the United States, which most of them are under age of 18. Many teenagers also commit a crime during their school hours where they sell tobacco, drugs, alcohol, and having sex, which led them to cause more crimes growing up. Parents shouldn’t be held responsible for their children crime because teenagers act different aways from parents, peer pressure, and if the teenager commits the crime they should pay the price. Many teenagers are acting differently away from the parents because many of them be hanging out with friends that cause to act different (Pokhrel).
Some children would yell, “terrorist” or go as far as to say “go back to your own country.” In 2003, a student in New Jersey was continuously called “Osama Bin Laden,” and was hit on the head, which resulted in contusions. A week after that, twelve-year-old Gurprit Kaur had three inches of her hair cut off from the bottom. She attended a public school in Flushing, Queens. Students have had to move schools, states, and even countries as a result of getting bullied and intimidated by their peers. Profiling of those who seem Muslim, Including Sikhs, is still frequent in the United States.
One issue that is emphasized in the article is when at water balloon fight at a high school went down as a senior prank, eight students were arrested and two dozen police officers came to the campus. Students are being arrested for spit balls, temper tantrums, and other childish things that kids are expected to do at that age. In the past the education system would discipline the students with detention or something similar, but now the police officers are actually arresting students for very small things. Another issue that is emphasized is the discrimination against the colored. The article says where most of the students are black they have the highest percentage in the country to have police officers in the school.